One of the very best in New Jersey's sprints and hurdles the past few years.
State Champion Liam Murphy gives a look into his favorite moments, biggest competition, and advice for younger athletes.
The Stevens Institute of Technology bound Jake Aylmer presents some of his favorite moments from high school running.
Watchung Hills senior Laura Baeyens has been a part of some historic team efforts for her school.
One of the brightest young stars in the racewalking event writes a letter to the sport as his Salute to Seniors.
A South Amboy school record holder in multiple events heading to Wagner College.
2020 senior Kevin Antczak offers plenty of advice for younger rising athletes on what it takes to be successful in this sport in high school.
Seven-time Meet of Champions winner Victoria Vanriele gives her Senior Salute.
Jack Jennings covers some of his highlights and lessons from high school running. One of the best distance runners New Jersey has seen in recent years.
Class of 2020 senior Ella Hornstein writes about her biggest moments during high school competition.
Ryan Kear covers highlights and memories from his high school career.
Sarah Kulpa submitted a poem about what running means to her.
Samantha Carella writes a letter about her growth as a runner and how meaningful having a team to cheer for can be.
Cherokee's team captain dives into his favorite moments from high school running and gives advice to up and comers.
Matawan senior Bryn Radvanski will be playing Division 1 soccer at Winthrop University.
Collum touches upon coming back from her spinal surgery, one of her biggest obstacles during her high school career.
Sayreville senior Justin Moran covers some of his personal highlights from the high school track scene.
Max Eisenman offers insight into his high school running experience.
Senior Will Loggia goes in depth on some of his most cherished moments and lessons.
This Paul VI senior covers some of her favorite moments and biggest challenges from the past four years.
We are opening up our yearly Salute to Seniors series for the class of 2020 to look back on some of their memories.
Track has taught me that it's how you react from your failures or setbacks that define who you are.
North Hunterdon's Chloe Gonzalez gives her thoughts during this time and what it means to possibly be losing a senior season.
Last but not least for summer 2019, New Jersey's highly decorated track star Sean Dolan.
This Group 2 State Champion is heading to Marquette University.
This graduated senior was 10th at the Meet of Champions in the 200m this past spring.
Hillyer is heading to Rutgers University this fall.
Ruiz is heading to Montclair State University this fall.
This six-time Meet of Champions winner gives us some insight's into his great high school career.
Stone is heading to Cornell University this fall.